[Food] Le Pont Boulangerie @ Kuala Lumpur

23:21 becky-wong 3 Comments

Le Pont means "The Bridge" in French. Like the name suggested, Le Pont Boulangerie connect the people with good French patisserie, good coffee and delicious food. It was exactly one month from their soft launch when we visited the café, and despite them being new, words have already gotten out about this place.


There are 3 floors in Le Pont:

Ground Floor is where all the bread, pastries and cakes are. The pastry kitchen that is headed by Chef Fadzly and his team, works 24 hours in order to provide their customers with the freshest bread and pastries.

The First Floor is where you can enjoy a good cup of coffee, and if you like, you can sit around the open bar and chat with the friendly baristas.

The hot kitchen is on the second floor, and it's suitable if you are going in a big group. Also, there's a VIP section if you need some privacy.
I've seen quite a few social medial influencers sharing photos about this place, and finally I had the chance to try it out myself.
Mushroom Soup (RM 9.90)
I always like to start off a meal with a soup dish, and it's very hard to resist a bowl of creamy Mushroom Soup (RM 9.90) with house special mushroom toast.

Pumpkin Soup with Mustard Seed and Squid Salsa (RM 13.90)
Compare to some, Le Pont's Pumpkin Soup with Mustard Seed and Squid Salsa (RM 13.90) wasn't as creamy and thick, but you could taste the subtle sweetness of the pumpkin in it.

Chilled Beet Soup
The Chilled Beet Soup is light and tangy. A refreshing choice to have during the hot weather.

Caesar Salad (RM 13.90)
A plate of flavourful Caesar Salad (RM 13.90) that's crunchy and refreshing is perfecto during a hot afternoon! I love the crispy fried whitebait which was crispy and savoury, and the slow-cooked egg ties the entire dish together.

Salad Nicoise (RM 13.00)
Salad Nicoise (RM 13.00) is a classic French salad served with green bean, tuna, chopped egg and shallot vinaigrette.

Aioli with Seasonal Vegetables (RM 9.90)
I'm not really a fan of munching on raw vegetables but the Aioli with Seasonal Vegetables (RM 9.90) changed my mind. My favourite would be the radish which has a very mild spiciness, and the house-made pickles that cleanse the palate especially after dipping into the deliciously aioli. Personally, I would prefer the aioli to be more garlicky.

Sandwich Combi (RM 22.30)
The Sandwich Combo (RM 22.30) comes with 4 different selection of sandwiches, truffle fries and garden salad. What's special about the sandwich is the bottom layer of puff pastry and the generous amount of ingredients in it.
Anchovy Linguine (RM 17.00)
The Anchovy Linguine (RM 17.00) is a very simple dish. Linguine pasta tossed with anchovy sauce, seasoned with seaweed, then topped with chopped parsley and served with anchovy grissini. I like how the linguine wasn't drown in the sauce and the anchovy wasn't over-powering.
Squid Risotto (RM 18.80)
The Squid Risotto (RM 18.80) is a classic white risotto (cheese-based) with sautéed squid. It was creamy and the rice was al dente. This was my favourite dish of that day!
Braised Beef Brisket (RM 33.80)
The Braised Beef Brisket (RM 33.80) was served with buttery potato puree and ratatouille. The potato puree was smooth and creamy, but some of the beef brisket was tender and some wasn't. Despite so, the flavours were still there.
After a heavy lunch, we proceeded to 1st floor to enjoy some coffee and dessert.
Rose Latte (RM 12.50)
Not a fan of the bitterness in the coffee? The Rose Latte (RM 12.50) could be an ideal option for you. It's a very floral, sweet and feminine coffee.
Hot Chocolate (RM 11.00)
Chocolate lovers, you'd definitely go crazy over the Hot Chocolate (RM 11.00). It's rich and chocolaty yet not overly sweet.
Affogato (RM 12.00)
Last but not least, the dessert - Affogato (RM 12.00). Premium house-made vanilla ice cream using vanilla pod which specially made for affogato. The ice cream was creamy and smooth, and paired perfectly well with the espresso.
I don't know about you but I like the sweet, slightly bitter and acidic combination in an affogato.
Since it's a patisserie, how we not end the day with some mouth-watering freshly-baked pastries!
Mini Croissant (RM 1.50)
The Mini Croissant (RM 1.50) was one of the best I've ever had! It was soft, buttery and flaky - everything you are looking for in a croissant.
Sundried Tomato with Basil Focaccia (RM 4.50)
The Sundried Tomato with Basil Focaccia (RM 4.50) was spongy, and I love how the basil paired nicely with the bread and semi-sour sundried tomatoes.

Chocolate Baguette (RM 4.50)
Cinnamon Rolls


Address: 6, Jalan 1/137C, Bedford Business Park, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Business Hours: Sunday - Thursday (12pm - 12am)
                            Saturday, Sunday & Eve of Public Holiday (12pm - 2am)
Contact: +603 7783 0900
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LePontBoulangerie


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  1. Gosh! The food looks so good!!


  2. wow~~ the food looking unique, I like the sandwich the most, judging from the pic. and it seem quite affordable also wor~~ quite cheap compare to other cafe. Except the coffee price, haha